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Play & Players: see Plays (Theatre) & Pleasure & Children & Toys & Hobby & Handicraft & Arts & Crafts & Art & Sport & Bet & Gamble & Bookmaker & Stocks & Act & Game & Rugby & Football & Cricket & American Football & Baseball & Team & Wit & Enjoyment & Fun

The Thomas Crown Affair 1968 - Casablanca 1942 - William Shakespeare - Proverbs - Wall Street 1987 - Albert Einstein - Plato - Benjamin Franklin - Victor Kahn - Henry Newbolt - Alex Ferguson - J G Ballard - Kevin Keegan - Sophie Nicolau - Terry Venables - Chris Turner - Emlyn Hughes -

 

 

21,360.  Him:  Do you play?

 

Her:  Try me.  (GBH Films & Play)  The Thomas Crown Affair 1968 starring Steve McQueen & Faye Dunaway & Paul Burke & Jack Weston & Gordon Pinsent & Biff McGuire & Yaphet Kotto & Addison Powell et al, director Norman Jewison

 

21,361.  Let’s play something else.  (GBH Films & Play)  ibid.  him

 

 

40,691.  You played it for her, you can play it for me.  (Love & Romance & Play & Piano)  Casablanca 1942 ***** starring Humphrey Bogart & Ingrid Bergman & Paul Henreid & Claude Rains & Conrad Veidt & Sydney Greenstreet & Peter Lorre & Curt Bois et al, director Michael Curtiz 

 

 

45,675.  What revels are in hand?  Is there no play,

To ease the anguish of a torturing hour?  William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream V i 36

 

 

56,720.  All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.  (Proverb & Work & Play)  Mid-17th century proverb

 

 

85,186.  A player or nothing.  Wall Street 1987 starring Michael Douglas & Charlie Sheen & Martin Sheen & Daryl Hannah & John C McGinley & Terence Stamp & James Karen & Hal Holbrook & Sean Young & James Spader et al, director Oliver Stone, Gordon Gecko to Bud

 

 

85,187.  Combinatory play seems to be the essential feature in productive thought.  (Play & Think)  Albert Einstein

 

 

85,188.  You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.  Plato

 

 

85,222.  Old boys have their playthings as well as young ones; the difference is only in the price.  (Pleasure & Play)  Benjamin Franklin

 

 

87,133.  In our country, true teams rarely exist ... social barriers and personal ambitions have reduced athletes to dissolute cliques or individuals thrown together for mutual profit ... Yet these rugby players, with their muddied, cracked bodies, are struggling to hold onto a sense of humanity that we in America have lost and are unlikely to regain.  The game may only be to move a ball forward on a dirt field, but the task can be accomplished with an unshackled joy and its memories will be a permanent delight.  The women and men who play on that rugby field are more alive than too many of us will ever be. The foolish emptiness we think we perceive in their existence is only our own.  (Rugby & Team & Player & Solidarity & United States of America & Sport & American Football)  Victor Cahn 

 

 

88,963.  The Gatling’s jammed and the Colonel dead

And the regiment blind with dust and smoke;

The river of death has brimmed his banks,

And England’s far, and Honour a name;

But the voice of a schoolboy rallies the ranks:

‘Play up!  play up!  and play the game!’  (South Africa & War & Play & Game & Empire UK)  Henry Newbolt, Vitai Lampada  

 

 

90,613.  The work of a team should always embrace a great player but the great player must always work.  (Team & Player)  Alex Ferguson

 

 

94,619.  If their work is satisfying people don’t need leisure in the old-fashioned sense.  No one ever asks what Newton or Darwin did to relax, or how Bach spent his weekends.  At Eden-Olympia work is the ultimate play, and play the ultimate work.  (Play & Work)  J G Ballard, Super-Cannes

 

 

40,171.  I’ll never play at Wembley again, unless I play at Wembley again.  (Football & Play)  Kevin Keegan

 

 

40,249.  When David Beckham leaves the game, it will take a very special player to come in and carry the mantelpiece.  (Football & Player)  Sophie Nicolau

 

 

40,147.  They didn’t change positions, they just moved the players around.  (Football & Player)  Terry Venables

 

 

40,207.  I’ve told the players we need to win so that I can have the cash to buy some new ones.  (Football & Player)  Chris Turner, Peterborough manager, before League Cup quarter-final 1992

 

 

40,274.  Yes, he is not unused to playing in midfield, but at the same time he’s not used to playing there either.  (Football & Play)  Emlyn Hughes